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Welcome to our School Council Page

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child says children have the right to:

  • Protection against discrimination
  • Have their best interests given the most importance when adults make decisions about them.
  • Say what they think and be listened to by adults when they make decisions that affect them.
  • Get information and express what they think, unless it’s against other people’s rights.
  • Education which tries to develop their personality and abilities as much as possible and encourages them to respect other people’s rights and values.

To be a good School Councillor you need to be:

Able to speak out, somebody who will take the role seriously, able to put ideas across, caring, trustworthy, a good role model and enthusiastic.

This year’s School Councillors are:

  • Class 13: Delilah
  • Class 12: Daisy and Tom
  • Class 11: Isabelle
  • Class 10: Jamie
  • Class 9: Neave
  • Class 8: Finlay
  • Class 7: Erin
  • Class 6: Stanley

Pupil Voice

Our school councillors are selected through a democratic process. Interested students are voted onto the team by their class mates after a short presentation. Meetings are held every fortnight and class representatives bring ideas from their class mates and give feedback during class time after each meeting.  Other duties include: being involved with interviews; showing guests around the school; meeting with school councillors from other schools; helping to run activities; attending community events; carrying out surveys and feeding back ideas to staff.

Anti-Bullying Week 2018

Our Anti-Bullying Ambassador Team have been involved in organising this year’s Anti-Bullying Week (12th-16th November).

Anti-Bullying Week shines a spotlight on bullying and encourages all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year. The theme this year is: ’Choose Respect.'


The Anti-Bullying Alliance, amongst many people, believe that bullying behaviour is a choice and that children and young people can set a positive example by opting to respect each other at school; in their homes and communities and online.

This Anti-Bullying Week we want children to understand:

  • The definition of respect.
  • That bullying behaviour is a choice.
  • That we can respectfully disagree with each other ie we don’t have to be best friends or always agree, but we do have to respect each other.
  • That we all have to choose respect face to face and online.


During Anti-Bullying Week this year we are holding ‘Odd Socks Day’ on Monday 12th November, along with many other activities, competitions and lessons.


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